A few months ago in October, Governor Jerry Brown of California launched an ambitious effort to enact the Clean Energy and Pollution Reduction Act of 2015. With an overarching goal of changing the foundation of California's industrial economy, the legislation aims to increase energy efficiency use by requiring that at least 50% of all energy be supplied by renewable energy sources by 2030.
Brown also represented California at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21) in Paris just this past month. He fought to inspire a change in global climate policies by expanding upon his own efforts of cutting emissions California.
With multiple laws and policies being passed on energy, it is important that owners of large scale buildings begin to consider changing their energy systems to more efficient ones, such as cogeneration (CHP). CHP is a 2 for 1 system that combines heat and power into one on-site energy source; consequently, it provides significant clean energy efficiency, environmental advantages, and savings over other separate heat and power sources.
Current users of CHP recognize the system as a proven option that will help our nation reduce greenhouse gas emissions, promote economic growth, and maintain a robust energy infrastructure. To find out more about CHP, please contact WinWerks at www.winwerksipd.com.